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Club Notes - February 3rd

posted Feb 4, 2015, 6:59 PM by Mark Baldwin
Notaí CLG Tulach an Iarainn sponsored by McGrath's Chemist Tallow.

Tallow GAA Lotto - supported by Kearney's Restaurant Tallow
Numbers drawn were: 10, 11, 14, 24
No winner
Consolation prizes: Trish McCarthy, M. Sutherland, Maura Sheehan and John Ahern
Promoter: Denis Tobin
Next draw: February 9th in The Corner House
Jackpot: €13,400

Membership
Membership is now due and can be paid to Finn McCarthy or Donna Buckley. 

Coaching Course
Places are still available for the Foundation Level coaching course starting this Friday, February 6th at 7pm in Tallow Community Centre. If you are interested please contact Eddie Cunningham on 0872540151. All welcome. 

Deise Draw
The Deise Draw will run for 8 months this year instead of 9 at a cost of €10 per month. Tickets can be purchased from David O Brien or any of the promoters. 

Last Man Standing
Day 1 Week 1 and the massacre of last year has been avoided so far. Last year 23 people fell at the first hurdle but this year that has been reduced to 10.

As this week is a double week with matches on at the weekend, Tuesday and Wednesday texts need to be in by this Friday the 6th, for both rounds. Those of you sending teams by email can do so up to one hour before the first game of that round. Emails can be sent to tshc@live.ie.

1. Joe Murray - never entered a team so was assigned the lowest place team, Leicester City.
2. Jake Beecher - unlucky that he placed his faith in Alan Pardew's winning run as Crystal Palace manager to continue. The mighty Everton ended that.
3. Steven Giles - Leicester City. (No team entered)
4. Barry Power - Hull City. Barry obviously thought that Newcastle would not receive a boost from appointing John Carver as manager until the end of the season. He failed to recognise the fact that Hull are as high scoring this season as an Ulster Championship football match.
5. Liam O' Gorman - Crystal Palace. The text arrived from Old Trafford Saturday morning. I opened it expecting the choice of his beloved Man Utd but alas no! Liamo picked Palace. Obviously the tension of watching Utd and having them in Last Man Standing at the same time was too much for him to handle.
6. Kieran Fraser - Leicester City. (No team entered) The pressure of covering for his boss who was on an exotic holiday meant he had too much on his mind to enter his team. I'd ask James to throw another tenner onto this weeks wages Kier!
7. Shane Guildea - Leicester City. He actually picked them himself!! Heart ruling the head here i'm thinking.
8. Willie Brennan - West Brom. Fell to the powers of mughty Spurs.
9. Pat Cashman - one of Shane Finn's recruits, who was knocked out on Saturday with Leicester.
10. Martin Ryan - Leicester City. (No team entered)
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